North American box turtles are mainly terrestrial turtles, although they do spend some time in shallow water (Asian box turtles tend to be a bit more aquatic). Compared to aquatic turtles such as red eared sliders, they are more challenging and complex pets, and are not the best choice for beginningRead more
Cats and dogs are amazing pets to have, but you may be considering something a little more...exotic. Exotic pets may not be as popular as other animals that you are used to seeing as part of a family’s household, but they can be just as fun, rewarding, and easy to form bonds with!
Birds, for example, are highly intelligent animals that can be taught to or vocalize. Turtles, if provided the proper habitat and dietary requirements, can be another great addition to your home with their unique personalities. Reptiles are quiet, low-maintenance, scaly friends that can also offer you companionship without all the hassle. Read more below to discover what type of care each of these animals needs and if they’re right for you.
Category: Choosing Your Pet, Exotics, Reptiles, Turtles, Choosing Your Pet, Exotics
Category: Choosing Your Pet, Exotics, Birds, Choosing Your Pet, Exotics
Budgies (budgerigars) are an extremely popular pet bird, and for good reason. These small parrots make delightful pets, and are usually friendly and easy to tame. While they can sometimes be difficult to understand, they are quite capable of mimicking speech. Budgies are sometimes also called parakeetsRead more
8 Common Reasons Why Your Dog is Snoring
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Do you know why your dog snores?Read more
Most Common Digestive Issues in Dogs and How to Relieve Them
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Do you know which digestive issues are most common in dogs?Read more
Glaucoma in Cats
Category: Newsletter Library, Cats
Do you know the signs of glaucoma in cats?Read more